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    Environmental DNA and Invasive Aquatic Species: 9 Years In

    Richard Lance
    8 August 2018

    • Bio Richard Lance

      The boom of interest in environmental DNA (eDNA) as a means for detecting and monitoring aquatic and riparian systems for invasive species began with a 2009 paper on American Bullfrogs (Lithobates catesbeianus) in France. Since then, the body of work in aquatic eDNA studies has continued to grow very rapidly (more than 200 published papers in 2017 alone). Listen in to learn the current state of eDNA and its use in invasive species surveys. Also learn about work being executed by the Environmental Laboratory's Center for eDNA Application and Research (CeDAR).

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